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4 minutes ago, Jason said:

Maybe it's true, maybe it's not. Anybody could easily come up with that. :lol:

After one month of negotiations with all the players we're connected with and zero announcements I can easily see why😂 

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Cost of redevelopment £500 million (That will rocket after Brexit with building and labour costs). Loss of revenue for three seasons while at Wembley yes the crowds will be bigger but presumably it will be split 50/50 with Wembley Stadium. If belts are being tightened so be it you have to look at the bigger picture. 

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1 hour ago, Jason said:

Maybe it's true, maybe it's not. Anybody could easily come up with that. :lol:

Conte spends a lot of time being furious according to the media and their "reports" :lol::middlefinger::rant: 

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44 minutes ago, Iggy Doonican said:

Cost of redevelopment £500 million (That will rocket after Brexit with building and labour costs). Loss of revenue for three seasons while at Wembley yes the crowds will be bigger but presumably it will be split 50/50 with Wembley Stadium. If belts are being tightened so be it you have to look at the bigger picture. 

Well so someone from board needs to come out and say what's happening.

But also it looks like we can't close stadium "deal". Tottenham are building it already while we don't know when we will start it yet.

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4 minutes ago, Tautvix said:

Well so someone from board needs to come out and say what's happening.

But also it looks like we can't close stadium "deal". Tottenham are building it already while we don't know when we will start it yet.

That's because Tottenham's stadium was approved 6 years ago. Ours was approved just 6 months ago. 

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41 minutes ago, Tautvix said:

Well so someone from board needs to come out and say what's happening.

But also it looks like we can't close stadium "deal". Tottenham are building it already while we don't know when we will start it yet.

Lots of things to be ironed out yet. Three seasons at Wembley will be a lot easier to get tickets but it's going to be a bit weird for fans and players alike.

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Just waiting for the announcement that club has departed their way in a mutual agreement very soon. 

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  • `Furious Antonio Conte's Chelsea future is in doubt after the Blues' summer transfer failings.` - Daily Mirror
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14 hours ago, Iggy Doonican said:

Cost of redevelopment £500 million (That will rocket after Brexit with building and labour costs). Loss of revenue for three seasons while at Wembley yes the crowds will be bigger but presumably it will be split 50/50 with Wembley Stadium. If belts are being tightened so be it you have to look at the bigger picture. 

Abramovich may simply put his hand in his pocket to fund the project – but the £500m+ cost is a big expense even for a man of his means.It is thought more likely he will seek outside funding, and rich benefactors.Clubs need to balance football-related expenditure - transfers and wages - with television and ticket income, plus revenues raised by their commercial departments. Money spent on stadiums, training facilities, youth development or community projects is exempt.Selling Ake(homegrown) and bringing in 30+mill Rudiger looks like a belt around the neck especially down the line.

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Board master plan, keep Costa at all cost. Refuse to go all out for Lukaku, Conte pissed off, furious and then leave. Costa stay. Don't have to spent on main striker in the market anymore. Rival paid overprice for Lukaku. Mission accomplished.

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Chelsea’s transfer window in chaos: With Romelu Lukaku off to Manchester United, who will bolster the line-up of the reigning champions?

  • Chelsea are facing a battle to get their transfer plans back on tracks 
  • The Blues have lost out to Manchester United on the signing of Romelu Lukaku
  • Diego Costa has been told he is not needed so the club must find a striker
  • Sportsmail examine what could come next for the reigning champions 


http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sport/football/article-4674640/Chelsea-transfer-window-Blues-Lukaku.html

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